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Majestic ice caves on Apostle Islands still drawin...
The National Park Service said almost 78,000 people have visited the frozen sea caves between Bayfield and Cornucopia from January 15th through the end of February.
Wall Street Journal
Ice Caves Prove to Be a Hot Draw
CORNUCOPIA, Wis.-When Dan Gross learned that Lake Superior had frozen over enough this winter for people to walk to the ice caves along Wisconsin's northern shoreline, he recruited a handful of friends to make the sojourn.
Attendance At Ice Caves Over Weekend Breaks Apostle Islands Records
When the ice caves were accessible from land for the first time in five years last month, the Apostle Islands expected a great turn-out - maybe even 2,000 people per weekend.
Great Lakes Covered by Most Ice in 20 Years
Last week, the Great Lakes reached its broadest ice coverage in 20 years at 88% with Lake Superior measuring in at a staggering 95%.
When Lake Superior freezes
Sightseers are framed by the icicles of a sea cave as they trek across a frozen expanse of Lake Superior, the world's largest freshwater lake, at the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore near Cornucopia, Wisconsin February 14, 2014.
Horizon "Organic" Factory Farm Accused of Improprieties, Again
CORNUCOPIA, WIS : In an open letter published today and, addressed to USDA National Organic Program chief Miles McEvoy, The Cornucopia Institute accused the regulatory agency of abdicating its enforcement responsibilities.
Iced-up Lake Superior draws thousands of winter tourists
In a brutally cold winter, Lake Superior's ice formations continue to attract thousands of tourists and local residents, from Bayfield to Little Girl's Point.
Surge in popularity of Apostle Islands ice caves turns slow season into 'economic miracle'
Some 4,000 sightseers are trekking to the Apostle Islands ice caves each weekend to see glistening ice caves made accessible by frozen Lake Superior.